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Ball Stylus Rev 4

The Ball Stylus Rev 4 is a prototype designed for people who have difficulty extending a finger to operate a tablet, and have difficulty gripping a standard stylus. It is printed with conductive PLA from Protopasta. The ball stylus can be customized for ball size, stylus length, and surface smoothness that will work with a touch screen device. 

Behavior Breakthroughs

Behavior Breakthroughs is a mobile application designed for use by parents and caregivers of children and adults with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other related disorders. The simulation was created using game-based technology to provide an interactive environment in which parents and caregivers learn to effectively implement behavioral strategies and techniques. The simulation displays realistic 3D images of a virtual child engaging in challenging behaviors. The

Birdhouse For Autism

Birdhouse is a web and mobile based application for caregivers of people with Autism. Birdhouse is an Autism management platform designed for users to organize the important information related to the person with autism's care. Birdhouse enables the user to keep track of medications and supplements, therapies and therapists, and easily track behaviors and daily activities. Use Birdhouse to find correlations and patterns in everyday life so the user can see what’s helping and what needs to be c

Clarity Pal (101)

The Clarity Pal (101) is an amplified, hearing aid compatible cellular phone with speaker designed for use by seniors and individuals who are hard of hearing. This phone amplifies incoming sound with adjustable tone control for a customized listening experience. The SOS one-touch emergency button on the back of the phone will set off an alarm when pressed for 2-3 seconds, and the phone will automatically make calls to the predefined emergency contacts (up to five numbers can be set) one by one.

Cyber Eyez

The Cyber Eyez are smart glasses designed for users who are blind or partially blind. The smart glasses has 33% larger screen than the M100 that can slide back and forth to adjust for a custom focal length. The M300 has all the same features and apps as the M100, but has a faster processor, larger screen and different mounting options based on a rail mounting style system. Additional features: real-time magnification up to 15X with no lag, read text in over 100 languages with no internet connect

Doro Handleeasy 326I Gsm Cell Phone

The Doro HandleEasy 326i GSM Cell Phone is a large button cell phone designed for use by seniors and individuals with low vision or fine motor disabilities. This phone works with major US GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile (not Verizon or Sprint) and offers calling only. Features include large backlit concave buttons, a display with large characters and high contrast, a vibrating ringer, and a soft touch grip. It also has 15-number redial with caller ID, four one-touch speed dials, seven ri

Doro Handleeasy 330 Gsm Cell Phone

The Doro HandleEasy 330 GSM Cell Phone is a large button cell phone designed for use by seniors and individuals with low vision or fine motor disabilities. This phone works with major US GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile (not Verizon or Sprint) and offers calling and text messaging with full SMS capability. Features include large backlit buttons, a color screen with large characters and high contrast, a vibrating ringer, and a headset. It also has 10-number redial with caller ID, eight rin

Google Glass V3.0 Explorer Edition Cotton White Glasses

The Google Smart Glasses offers universal, wearable computing. It is essentially a hands-free phone that utilizes augmented reality. Its built-in accessibility features (i.e., voice activation and eye and head control) can assist users who have limited motor functions. Google Glass can also be controlled with an external switch, keyboard, or button if users are unable to use the touch screen that controls it by default, and it can be modified to operate a user's power wheelchair. It is recommend

Hearyounow-Your Personal Sound Amplifier

HearYouNow is a voice and sound amplifier designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The program allows a person to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch as a personal voice amplifier. Features include intuitive interface, high performance sound quality, using state of the art ExSilent filtering and amplification techniques. The volume is adjustable per ear. The individual frequency sliders allow volume control for three frequency bands, tuned towards speech understanding. Wit

Homeroutines

HomeRoutines is an iPhone, computer and tablet application designed for users with attention deficit disorders. Create routine checklists, then complete them on chosen days of the week, with reminder notifications and a gold star for each completed task. User checklists can automatically reset - start fresh each morning, week, or month. Free online editing and syncing between devices.

Hotel Kit A - ADA Compliant for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The Hotel Kit A - ADA Compliant for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is designed for use with cellular phones by individuals who are hard of hearing. The ADA package assists hotels and motels guests who are deaf or hard of hearing. Kit includes: Sidekick II Receiver with Strobe Light, Sound Monitor (for Telephone), Doorbell Transmitter with Bracket, Phone Amplifier, Silent Call Smoke Detector, Bed Vibrator, Heavy Duty Carrying Case and Full instructions attached to inside lid.

Jitterbug Plus

The Jitterbug Plus is a large-button cell phone designed for use by seniors or individuals with low vision, fine motor disabilities, or arthritis. Features of this hearing aid compatible phone include a separate on/off button; a standard dial tone; large, backlit, bright easy-to-see buttons; a full keypad for dialing calls; simple menus with "Yes" and "No" action buttons without confusing icons; on-screen help hints; and large on-screen text. This phone also offers a personal phone book, pay-per

Kikitori Hearing Aid Application

Kikitori Hearing Aid Application is a voice amplifier and voice recorder designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. The program allows a person to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch as a hearing aid. Sounds are picked up by the device’s microphone, amplified and processed in real time and sent to the user’s earphones or earbuds. Bluetooth compatible. Features sound adjustment controls and a noise filter.

Lifesaver Emergency Cell Phone

The Lifesaver Emergency Cell Phone is a cell phone designed for use by individuals with cognitive, fine motor, or mobility disabilities. This phone is equipped with a large red button which, when pressed, automatically connects to 911 emergency personnel. Adding a SIM card (not included) enables the user to make calls like any other cell phone. The phone also has a built-in GPS locator to enable responders to locate the user. POWER: Uses the included long-life, Lithium battery. The battery is de

My Life Skills Box

My Life Skills Box is a mobile phone and computer application designed for children with developmental and learning disabilities. The application teaches everyday life skills such as showering, getting dressed, brushing teeth, and appropriate behavior in public and school environments. Social skills –user will learn techniques to cope with different social situations and problem solving. Playing with Functional Objects – user will learn how to use objects for play. The application separates each

Pop Up Touchscreen

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate student Chris Harrison and Professor Scott Hudson, have designed a prototype of an alternative touch-screen technology surface which allows for display capabilities of a normal touch screen; but also produces physical pop-up buttons for tactile interaction. This prototype is ideal for persons who are blind or visually impaired. The prototype design incorporates a screen with hidden latex air bubbles. An air

Ray

The RAY is a cellular phone configured for use by people who are blind or have low vision. The RAY is a fully functional Huawei Vision smartphone with an Android operating system that has been modified to simplify navigation through the phone's functions and applications (apps) and to provide voice input for certain functions and apps as well as voice output for all screen content using text-to-speech technology. In addition to basic smartphone capabilities such as calling, text messaging, calen

Samsung Haven

Samsung Haven is a voice output, voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The numeric pad has tactile buttons with high contrast numbering. Numbers and menu items are spoken aloud when selected. The user can set up Voice Commands to automatically dial a number when a name is spoken. Other features include one-touch access to emergency numbers including 911 and In Case of Emergency (ICE) contacts; large keys and a large, bright screen with an op

Samsung Push To Talk Cell Phone (Model Sgh-D357)

The Samsung Push-To-Talk Cell Phone, model SGH-D357, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Voice Command feature enables the user to dial digits, make calls, and launch applications with verbal commands. The phone also has a Push-to-Talk feature that allows calls to some numbers to be made by pressing one button. IThis phone supports Bluetooth connectivity for connecting to wireless accessories. Other features include speakerphone;

seeBOOST

The seeBoost is a wearable assistant aid designed for individuals with low vision or vision impairment. The device uses the latest digital technology and prescription glasses to improve central vision. It consists of a pair of prescription glasses and a small, lightweight device fitted onto the lens of the eye with better vision. This device utilizes scientifically proven techniques in video processing for improving functional vision of persons coping with AMD.

Sensory Speak Up

Sensory Speak Up is a mobile and computer application designed for caregivers to help children learn to vocalize and make sounds. Speak Up can be used either through an internal or external microphone. It is visually reinforcing according to the volume and intensity of the users voice. Different activities either give a gross display of the volume or a short trail of volumes.

Smartvision Lite Smartphone

The Smartvision Lite Smartphone is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This screen reader provides speech feedback for navigating through the phone's user interface, and allows access to all of the phone's applications. The device is designed for easy handling and can be used through its three interfaces: physical keyboard mode, voice mode with a dedicated button, and touch mode via its touch screen.

Sprint Pcs Voice Phone (Model A560)

The Sprint PCS Voice Phone, model A560, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This cell phone has voice-activated dialing and a speakerphone function for hands-free operation. Other features include a color screen; SMS text messaging with predictive text input; a headset jack; TTY compatibility; calculator, world clock, memo pad, countdown timer, and alarm clock functions; voice memo recordi

Telorion Zoom

Telorion Zoom is a feature for Android smartphones designed for use by individuals with low vision. It allows the user to read text messages, emails or any other content on their mobile phone. It allows the user to change the size of characters at any time with a simple two-finger gesture on the screen. The text then adapts to the screen automatically. Telorion Zoom also lets user choose between three contrasted color themes (white on black, black on white, or yellow on blue). The user also

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